The Winston-Salem State University women’s basketball coaching staff completed its coaching staff with the addition of Sharee Boyd as assistant coach. With a wealth of enthusiasm and a passion for the game, Boyd will be a welcome member of the Rams’ coaching staff.
Boyd joins the WSSU women’s basketball coaching staff in the fall of 2018 after a season as an assistant coach at Louisburg College. During her time with the Canes, Boyd helped the Canes compile a 23-5 record and an appearance in the Region X Championship. In addition to the team’s success, Boyd assisted in guiding the development of all-conference guards Shontai Totten and Teana Lewis. Boyd began her coaching career as an assistant coach at Hopewell High School where she helped five seniors to move on the four-year universities.
Boyd is no stranger to the game as she had a very successful playing career. She had a successful career at Wingate University where she helped the Bulldogs reach the Southern Athletic Conference Tournament Championship game. As a high school player, she had a great career at Hopewell High School where she was a four-time all-conference selection, and led her team to three consecutive conference championships. Upon her graduation, Boyd held high school records in points, rebounds, and blocked shots.
She is a 2016 graduate of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte with a Bachelor of Arts in History. Boyd and the Rams will prepare to open the 2018-19 season in November.Assistant Coch